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Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet, containing a series of elegant views of the most interesting objects of curiosity in Great Britain, Vol. I

Author: Written, drawn and engraved by James Storer (British, Cambridge 1771–1853 Islington, London)
Engraver: Engraved and drawn by John Greig (British, active 1803–53)
Artist: After George Arnald (British, Berkshire 1763–1841) After Henry Moore (British, Derby 1776–1848) After Wilson Lowry (British, Whitehaven, Cumbria 1762–1824 London) After H. Neill (British, active early 19th century) After Samuel Prout (British, Plymouth 1783–1852 London) After Samuel Noble (British, 1779–1853) After Edward Dayes (British, London 1763–1804 London) After John Mayle Whichelo (British, 1784–1865 London) After S. Moore (British, early 19th century) Possibly after Richard Bankes Harraden (British, 1778–1862 Cambridge) Possibly after George Sidney Shepherd (British, London 1784–1862 London)
Engraver: John Roffe (British, 1769–1850) George Noble (British, active ca. 1786–1817) W. & G. Cooke (British, active early 19th century) William Angus (British, 1752–1821) William Bernard Cooke (British, 1778–1855 Camberwell, London) Possibly engraved by Joseph Clarendon Smith (British, 1778–1810)
Publisher: Wm. Clarke (London) J. Carpenter (London) H. D. Symonds (London)
Printer: Coe (London)
Date: 1807
Medium: Engraving
Dimensions: Overall: 8 9/16 x 5 5/16 x 13/16 in. (21.8 x 13.5 x 2 cm)
Classification: Books
Credit Line: Bequest of Helen W.D. Mileham, 1955
Accession Number: 55.578.3(1)

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